Working with schools, artists and arts organisations to ensure the best cultural opportunities for our young people
The Hastings and Rother Arts Education Network seeks to help redress the balance of diminishing cultural resources in schools.
Established in 2013 it aims to bring together schools, cultural organisations and artists in meaningful lasting relationships.
Working with partners in Hastings and Rother in East Sussex, the focus is on using local resources for local schools, creating sustainable projects that embed culture into the everyday lives of our young people.
We offer regular networking meetings for teachers and practitioners, information exchange including newsletters, opportunities for cultural engagement and bespoke cultural projects; supporting teachers in the classroom, artists working in schools and organisations offering cultural outreach.
Charter Document & Schools Survey
We are asking teachers to let us know what arts and cultural support they need. Please help by going to the schools survey - your answers will help us devise a programme that best supports you and your school.
HRAEN have signed up to support the Durham Commission:
The Durham Commission on Creativity and Education is a collaboration between Arts Council England and Durham University that aims to identify ways in which creativity, and specifically creative thinking, can play a larger part in the lives of young people from birth to the age of 25, both within and beyond the current education system.
Government Green Paper:
Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision
open for consultation
Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing
A new report from the APPG on Arts, Health and Wellbeing explores the positive effectives creativity can have on health outcomes.
To find out more go to the Latest News & Opportunities page
Mrs R Reed, head teacher of Chantry Primary School Bexhill, explains the journey to becoming an Artsmark school.